By way of Junction City, Kansas, (titled "Jump City" by the documentry movie '9th Street') comes one of the most talented lyrisist to step out of the midwest. Through his voice, you can easily tell that he is eastcoast and deep south influenced. His swag and story-telling depicts his own style and originality with a bit of smoothnes, while also being easy on the eyes. With this young man, Hiphop has entered a new day; A sector in music that would not be complete without him. Through his words of wisdom and knowledge, TKG will shape a younger generation of Hiphop. Look Out! The Ghost is a rising star, and as he says, "I'm the truth in the booth, a walking testomony". And we all shake our heads in agreement.
We basically have been raping since our freshman year in high school as an exscape from the trap. We keep it real in everything that we say. There is like 6 of us rappers and our squad is like 30 deep. Can we say entourage.
We love to perform live, we feed off of the energy of the crowd, and we alwayz gotta keep it crunk.
I'm influenced by everyone and everything. I'm influenced by life in general. However, I only pay attention to the ones who can spit. They can only make me better.
I stay on the Mac. I basically use any program I can get my hands on along with the equipment, but I only record on Pro Tools ( Digi M-Audio).
Naw man, just listen to the music and tell me what you think.